LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice
© Center for International Legal Studies, 2017
Questions? Answers Who   may   apply   for   admission?   Admission   to   the LL.M.   program   is   limited   to   persons   admitted   to practice   in   the   United   States   and/or   who   hold   a Juris   Doctor   degree   from   a   law   school   accredited by   the   American   Bar   Association,   and/or   who   hold a   law   degree   from   a   recognized   law   school   in   a non-United    States    jurisdiction,    and/or    who    are admitted     to     practice     in     a     non-United     States jurisdiction. Who   issues   the   degree?   The   LL.M.   in   Transnational Commercial   Practice   degree   is   issued   by   Lazarski University,     a     recognized     and     highly     regarded institution of higher education in Poland. Who    are    the    faculty?    Faculty    are    provided    by Lazarski    University,    Boston    University    School    of Law,   Eötvös   Loránd   University,   and   the   Center   for International Legal Studies. What   continuing   legal   education   conferences   can be     used     for     LL.M.     credits?      The     Center     for International      Legal      Studies      conducts      several continuing   legal   education   conferences   annually   in Europe,    the    United    States,    and    elsewhere.    The degree     candidate     may     use     any     one     of     the conferences     to     satisfy     the     final     three     credits towards the degree. What    about    health    and    travel    insurance?     It    is strongly    recommended    that    participants    confirm health     and     accident     insurance     cover     before travelling    abroad.    The    Center    for    International Legal     Studies     provides     insurance     that     covers cancellation   due   to   confirmed   death   or   illness   of participant   or   close   relative,   covers   the   extent   of the   paid   registration   and   tuition   fees,   and   applies only    to    those    who    timely    register.    Cancellation insurance   is   provided   automatically   on   admission and without cost to the participant.          
   Warsaw   /   Budapest   /   Boston
Where   are   the   courses   taught?    Courses   are   taught   at Eötvös     Loránd     University,     Budapest,     Hungary,     and Lazarski University, Warsaw, Poland. Where    will    I    stay    during    the    course?     Lodging    two minutes’     walk     from     Eötvös     Loránd     University     in Budapest   is   available.   Lazarski   University   offers   various possibilities in Warsaw. When    can    I    apply?     Applications    from    United    States, European   Union,   and   European   Economic   Area   citizens are     considered     up     to     two     weeks     prior     to     the commencement   of   a   given   teaching   Cycle.   Non-US,   non- EU,   and   non-EEA   citizens   must   apply   no   later   than   six weeks   prior   to   the   commencement   of   the   selected   Cycle to    assure    that    necessary    travel    documents    can    be processed   in   a   timely   manner.   Admissions   are   done   on a rolling basis. Can    I    transfer    credits    from    another    post-graduate program?    LL.M.    credits    earned    at    another    qualified institution     may     be     transferred     to     the     LL.M.     in Transnational   Commercial   Practice   program,   as   relevant and   at   the   discretion   of   the   administration.   A   transfer fee of US $100 per credit is applicable. Do    I    need    a    visa?     Citizens    of    the    United    States,    the European   Union,   and   the   European   Economic   Area   do not   require   a   visa   for   short-term   visits   to   Hungary   or Poland.      Citizens   of   other   countries   should   consult   with the    Hungarian    or    Polish    Embassies    in    their    home countries or seek a Schengen visa. 
Budapest
LL.M. in Transnational Commercial Practice
© Center for International Legal Studies, 2017
Questions? Answers Who    may    apply    for    admission?    Admission    to    the    LL.M. program   is   limited   to   persons   admitted   to   practice   in   the United   States   and/or   who   hold   a   Juris   Doctor   degree   from a   law   school   accredited   by   the   American   Bar   Association, and/or    who    hold    a    law    degree    from    a    recognized    law school   in   a   non-United   States   jurisdiction,   and/or   who   are admitted to practice in a non-United States jurisdiction. Who     issues     the     degree?     The     LL.M.     in     Transnational Commercial      Practice      degree      is      issued      by      Lazarski University,   a   recognized   and   highly   regarded   institution   of higher education in Poland. Who    are    the    faculty?    Faculty    are    provided    by    Lazarski University,   Boston   University   School   of   Law,   Eötvös   Loránd University, and the Center for International Legal Studies. What   continuing   legal   education   conferences   can   be   used for    LL.M.    credits?     The    Center    for    International    Legal Studies     conducts     several     continuing     legal     education conferences    annually    in    Europe,    the    United    States,    and elsewhere.   The   degree   candidate   may   use   any   one   of   the conferences   to   satisfy   the   final   three   credits   towards   the degree. What    about    health    and    travel    insurance?     It    is    strongly recommended     that     participants     confirm     health     and accident    insurance    cover    before    travelling    abroad.    The Center   for   International   Legal   Studies   provides   insurance that   covers   cancellation   due   to   confirmed   death   or   illness of   participant   or   close   relative,   covers   the   extent   of   the paid   registration   and   tuition   fees,   and   applies   only   to   those who    timely    register.    Cancellation    insurance    is    provided automatically     on     admission     and     without     cost     to     the participant.          
Budapest
Where   are   the   courses   taught?    Courses   are   taught   at Eötvös     Loránd     University,     Budapest,     Hungary,     and Lazarski University, Warsaw, Poland. Where    will    I    stay    during    the    course?     Lodging    two minutes’   walk   from   Eötvös   Loránd   University   in   Budapest is   available.   Lazarski   University   offers   various   possibilities in Warsaw. When    can    I    apply?     Applications    from    United    States, European   Union,   and   European   Economic   Area   citizens are      considered      up      to      two      weeks      prior      to      the commencement   of   a   given   teaching   Cycle.   Non-US,   non- EU,   and   non-EEA   citizens   must   apply   no   later   than   six weeks   prior   to   the   commencement   of   the   selected   Cycle to     assure     that     necessary     travel     documents     can     be processed   in   a   timely   manner.   Admissions   are   done   on   a rolling basis. Can    I    transfer    credits    from    another    post-graduate program?    LL.M.    credits    earned    at    another    qualified institution      may      be      transferred      to      the      LL.M.      in Transnational   Commercial   Practice   program,   as   relevant and   at   the   discretion   of   the   administration.   A   transfer   fee of US $100 per credit is applicable. Do    I    need    a    visa?    Citizens    of    the    United    States,    the European   Union,   and   the   European   Economic   Area   do not     require     a     visa     for     short-term     visits     to     Austria, Hungary,   or   Poland.      Citizens   of   other   countries   should consult   with   the   Hungarian   or   Polish   Embassies   in   their home countries or seek a Schengen visa.